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Old 08-28-2016, 02:39 PM   #1
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Lake Tahoe Trip Report (hiking, biking, and kayaking)

Here's our trip report about our recent visit to Lake Tahoe. I hope you enjoy it!
Al & Deb

https://mobilemosers.com/2016/08/28/...ng-rv-trip-45/

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Great report, I love Lake Tahoe at any season.
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We are lucky to live only a few hours away and can visit all year round. :-)
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Al & Deb,
We're in the Bay Area and never seem to find the time to take a weekend to go to Tahoe. Your report gave me a little more motivation to get up there.

Just wanted to pass on a tip for the yellow-jackets, there's a trap called Rescue, that works great. I keep it in a zip-lock baggie in the RV. It uses an attractant (pheromone?) and the yellow-jackets climb right in and die pretty quick. I was hesitant at first, but it works really good. Hang it just up wind from where you are, they buzz right to it. It usually traps the first one within a few minutes. 20 or more the first day. Put it back in the baggie and dump when you get home.
Your neighbors will thank you for it, too!

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Great tip. Thanks! We would have needed a wheel barrow to haul away the yellow jackets this trip! :-)
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